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FLORIDA MEMORIAL 

UNIVERSITY 




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in 2012 with funding from 

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]m News 
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^ Board OF Trustees 

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iMic Affairs 
.Faculty 
^ Staff 

^ Founder's Day 
jiM>^ SGA President Address 
; Miss Florida Memorial University 
: Royal Court 
Graduates Address 
f Master's Degree Graduates 



:s Class Address 
Juniors 

'MORES Class Address 

.luruOMORES 

Freshmen Class Address 
sL Freshmen 
IRD Campus 
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Sports 


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Homecoming 


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Acknowledgements 


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Autographs 


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FLORIDA 

MEMORIAL 

UNIVERSITY 



A PROMISE. A FUTURE. 




The Honorable Jennifer Carroll, Florida's Lieutenant Governor was honored for her achievements 
at a reception welcoming the new President Dr. Henry Lewis III to Florida Memorial Unversity. 




Left to Right: Charles W. George, Chairman, FMU Board of Truestees; 
Jennifer Carroll, Lt. Gov. and Dn Henry Lewis III, FMU President 



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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity honor 
Dr. Henry Lewis III, FMU President 




Florida Representative Cynthia A. Stafford 
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Women's Basketball Team 201 1 Sun Conference Champion 




Anika Baptiste, 201 1 Notional Champion 
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Jeffery Henderson, Notional Champion 
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Mr. Fredrick Jackson Dr. Gershwin Biyden 










Dr. Gwendolyn Boyd Rev. Dr. Henry T. Rhim Mr. Horace C. Hord, Jr. Dr. James B. Sampson 




Mr. John W. Ruffin, Jr. JoLinda L. Herring, Esq. Mr. Kareem Coney |. W. Williams Esq.- Emeritus Mr. Garth Reeves, Sr. Hon, 








Sharon Wilson, Esq. 



Dr. Stephen J. Thurston 



Bishop Victor T. Curry 



Raul Valdes Fouli, Esq. 




Ms. Sharon Wamble-King 




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Rev. Wayne B. Lomox 



Dr. Richard Yaklick 



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Dr. Julius R. Scruggs 




Dr. Henty Levels III 

President 
Florida Memorial University 



I Memorial University, one of the oldest academic centers in 
^ - J, was founded in 1879 as the Florida Baptist Institute in Live Oak, 
,b. Soon after the American Baptist Home Mission gave its full support 
J the first regular school year began in 1 880. 

In 1 882 the Florida Baptist Academy was established in Jacksonville, Florida. The 
name was later changed to Florida Normal and Industrial Institute. It was there that 
two brothers, James Weldon Johnson and J. Rosamond Johnson (faculty member), wrote 
the words and music to what has become known as the Negro National Anthem, 
"Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing", in 1990. 

In 1 91 8 the school moved to St. Augustine on part of 1 1 0-acre tract of land known 
as "Old Homes Plantation", formerly one of the largest slave plantations in 
Florida. University historians state that this is where the famous bell which now sits 
above the Susie C. Holley Chapel was purchased. The bell was originally used to 
gather slaves to issue daily orders. It was also stated that this bell was cast at the 
same foundry as the Liberty Bell which is enshrined in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

In 1941 the school in Live Oak and the school in St. Augustine merged, changing 
its limited offerings from a junior college classification to a four-year liberal arts insti- 
tution which graduated its first four-year class in 1945. The College's name was 
changed in 1950 to Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College. In 1963 the 
charter was again amended to change the name to Florida Memorial College. In 
1968 the College relocated to its present site in Northwest Miami and by 1972 
graduated its first class at the Miami site. Florida Memorial College celebrated its 
1 00'^ anniversary in 1 979 and began a series of expansion projects on the 44-acre site. 

In 1993 Dr. Albert E. Smith was appointed as the College's tenth president, heralding 
another period of growth in the institution's rich history. In December 2004, the insti- 
tution's name was changed to Florida Memorial University with the announcement 
being made at the Founders' Convocation in March 2005. On July 3, 2006, 
Dr. Karl S. Wright became the eleventh President of Florida Memorial University. 

On August 1 1 , 2009, the Florida Memorial University, Board of Trustees appointed 
Sandra T. Thompson, Ph.D. the interim President of Florida Memorial University. On 
February 1, 2011 Florida Memorial University, officially welcomed its twelfth 
president. Dr. Henry Lewis III. 




Dr. Makola M. Abdullah 

Provost and Vice President for 
Academic Affairs 



Dr. Harold R. Clarke, Jr. 

Vice President for Administration 





Dr. Barbara Edwards 

Executive Assistant to the President 




Dr. Adriene B. Wright 

Vice President for Institutional 



Advancement 




Mr. Tony Valentine 

Vice President for Business & 
Fiscal Affairs 




Dr. Langston (Trey) Coleman 

Director, Grants and Sponsored 
Researcfi 



Ms. Danneal L. Jones 

Interim Vice President for Student Affairs 





i Dr. Makola M. Abdullah 

Provost and Vice President for 
Academic Affairs 





Dr. Denise Callvyood-Brath>vaite 

Associate Provost 



Dr. Sandra T. Thompson 

Associate Vice President for 
Institutional Effectiveness 





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Dr. Idriss Abdouloye 
Dr. Keshio N. Abraham 
Dr. Lynette Atteloney 
Dr. Adela Beckerman 



Dr. Mildred E. Berry 
Dr. Jacques L. Bonenfant 
Dr. Carlos Canas 
Dr. H. K. Chaudhari 



Dr. H. K. Chaudhari 
Flora Chisholm 
Dr. Carrol Christian 
Zoila Clark 



Franklin Coronado 
Dr. Aithea Duren 
Dr. Monique Earl-Lewis 
Dr. Michael J. Elliott 



Dr. Abbass Entessari 
Dr. Rosalie C. Hallbauer 
Dr. Robert L. Haynes 
Alessandra Hernandez 





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Dr. William Hopper 



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Michael Hudson 
Dr. Olivia A. Jackson 
Dr. Annamaria Jerome-Rajo 
Teshie Herbert Jones 



Dr. William (Bill) Jong-Ebot 
Dr. Kevin Kemerer 
Dr. Rita Koyame 
Dr. Robert Labadie 



Dr. Thelma Lawton 
Dolores Levi/is 
Dr. Ying Liu 
Dr. Abigail Mobley 



Melton S. Mustafa 
Dr. Earl R. Esquire Niles 
Dr. Christine Nucci 
Lucy A. Osemota 



Dr. Kimberly C. Pellegrino 
Dr. Robert J. Pellegrino 
Dr. Debra S. Perkins 
Dr. William D. Perry 



Alvin L. Pondexter 
Dr. Audley G. Reid 
Yvonne Ribeiro Campbell 
Dr. Tamar Fronchette Riley 



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Dr. Marilyn J. Ross 
Dr. Marilyn Sherman 
Dr. Johns. Slack 
Deborah Smith 



Dr. Thomas Snowden 
Lola Spence-Ward 
Dr. Edward Stephenson 
Dr. Rose Mary Stiffin 



Dr. Robert L. Strain, Jr. 
Dr. Jeffrey Swain 
Vena Symonette 
Dr. Dimitri Tamalis 



Dr. Rose C. Thevenin 

Arnold Tolbert 

Dr. Priye S. Chris Torulagha 



Melvin White 

Dr. Michelle Witherspoon 

Josefino Z. Villanueva 



Devon A. Wright 

Dr. Abbas Hassan Zadegan 



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Priscilla Adams-Dobbs 
Damian Alexander 
Jacklan Alexander 
Annisa Ali 



Keith Allen 
Ronald Allen 
Sonianna Anderson 
Wilkens Auguste 



Brenda Ausborn 
Regine Beauboeuf 
Yvonne Bendross 
Katrenia Blue 




April Chandler-Thomas 
Caterina Clark 
Sheila Powell Cohen 
Eugenia M. Cole-Russell 
Kareem Coney 



Robyn Davis 
Leslie Derne 
Rodney Dickey 
Shannon Dixon 
David Dobson 



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Zefonic Dobynes 
Michael Dysart 
Lenora Edwards 
Leiia Efford 



Joyce Forchion 
Sharhonda Ford 
Samuel Gaskins 
Carlo Green 



Mary Green 
Carolyn Green 
Roberta Habersham 
Kenrick Hodawoy 



J. Walter Hole 
Irene E. Hansford 
Sheryl Hampton Bain 
Laurice Harris 



Hillary Hixon 
Orlando Huertas 
Athena Jackson 
Kuristan Jackson 



Sheila Jenkins-Boone 
Bomikole Johnson 
Ethel Johnson 
Lois Johnson 



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Winifred Jones 
Delores Joseph 
Carlo King-Crockett 
Natalie Knight 




Cheryl Locey 
Trevor Lewis 
Vernon Martin 
Terisia Matthew 



Montrice McClain 
Shomono McFodden 
Alstene L. McKinney 
Toshiba Mitchell 



Archie Mobley 
Dr. Michael Moss 
Nelda Nunez Cortez 
Phillip O'Hara 



Craig Osibu 
Domiiola Olatunde 
Frankie Owens 
Wendell Paris 



Jubriell Louis Paulk 
Ann Nimmons Payne 
Gloria Penn 
Cheryl Phillip 
Georgette Louis Pierre 



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Joyce Powell 
Joan Reed 
Lorenzo Reed 
Richard Qualis 



April Richards 
Roosevelt Richardson, Jr. 
Veronica Ricketts 
Dr. Gwendolyn Robinson 



Faye Rodney 
Sidra Sargent 
Cassandra Shaheed 
Bernice Smith 



Robert Smith 
James Sterlin 
Kozman Stroman 
Belinda Thompson 



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Julian M. Coakley, Jr. 



To the Board of Trustees, under the leadership of 
Chairman Charles W. George, Dr. Henry Lewis 
III, The University's Administration, faculty, staff 
and to you the "Greatest Student Body" of the 
Illustrious Florida Memorial University, I am 
Julian M. Coakley, Jr., and it has been my 
distinguished privilege to serve as your 2009-201 1 
Student Government President. 

Since my inception into Lion Country, I have 
truly seen a change in the environment of this 
University. It's because of this that I can say, "I am 
proud to be a lion". For this University has developed me into an all-around 
Leader, able to adapt to all facets of our culture. To you I say Thank You for your 
support and all your expressions of gratitude! I salute those individuals w^ho have 
paved the v^ay for, a young student leader as myself, to obtain the opportunities 
that I have been afforded. My presidency has indeed been a journey that could 
never fully be grasped in a speech, seen through pictures, or understood in 
v^ords. These two years have been nothing less than one which God himself has 
allowed me to experience. I am a true testament that faith in God produces all 
things and allow all things to be possible. Without question, he has shown his 
favor and kept every promise. To him I give all glory and honor. 




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This year would not been possible without the help and support of the S.G.A. 
Board and the Royal Court, who, "Together is a forced to be reckon with". I 
entreat each of you to never settle for anything less than your greatness. To my 
S.G.A. advisors, thank you for your dedication, hard work and support. Finally, 
to the GREAT FMU student body, "Thank you for allowing me to be a fighting 
voice for students". Lions remember the choices you make determine the conse- 
quences you accept. Never sell yourself short. Who says the sky is the limit when 
Heaven is our main goal? 

With the heart of a Lion, 

Julian M. Coakley, Jr. 






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Miss FMU 

Morisa V. Jagrup 



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I Miss Freshman 

f Mademoiselle Shaconna E. Derico 




Mr. Homecoming 
Monsieur Richard Way, III 



Miss Homecoming 
Mademoiselle Tabatha King 



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Regards: 



One word, achievement. This is a word that ' 
been in my vocabulary for as lor" -^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^^k^.- 
My time spent here at Florida Mei 
ba.s been one to remember. I can honestly say that, 
with this fine institution giving me a chance to 

are and explore my leadership skills, I would have 
not become the motivated leader I am today. There 
are manv individuals that heloed me ; 



in my journey to success, some are fi-iends that I 
will always cherish and some I consider as family. 



To my fellow graduates, I would like to thank you for your support during my time here 
at Florida Memorial University. From the faculty and staff to the special group of people 
that always made sure that I was on top of my game. I could not think of a better group 
of individuals to work with. If I have never told you this, you have taught me one thing, 
"that with great responsibility comes great leadership." 



• the faculty and staff thank you, from the depths of my heart. The way in which you 
imbrace me and trusted that I would be a great leader to the student body has moved m( 
. A never ending appreciation to the students that always believed in hard work and 
lost faith in what we do. 



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To the members of the senior class I urged that you continue to be leaders in whate 
do in life. Please don't consider your graduation experience as the end, but a step that you 
have completed with eager to go forth. My dream as the senior Class President was to help 
guide you to a better tomorrow, and I think I have done just that. In closure, this just come; 
to show that we are stronger than we give ourselves credit. 



Thank you, 

Kevin Leonard Spence 

Senior Class President 



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"If you ivajina be somebody, if you wanna go somewhere, you better wake up and pay attentioti" 

Dear Class of 20 12 

First off, I want to thank you tor electing me as your 2010-201 1 Jtinior Class President. My time serving 
in office has been a wonderful experieiice. I also waiit to thank you for being the proud Florida Memorial 
University Lion that you all have portrayed this past year. We are now one step closer to obtaining our 
objective and purpose. During my matriculation at this institutioii, I was taught many things what stuck 
most is "hi order to lead you must know how to follow." 

Our mission and goal for the 2010-201 1 school year was to get the entire Junior Class "INVOLVED" 
whether it be in joining new organizations, showing your spirit at school events or just being more involved 
with your future. We all know that this year has not been easy with the incoming President and new 
administration, but I charge the current juniors to take heed in what your school is doing for you. You are 
now the leaders of next year Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Faculty and Staff will now look up to you. 
1 say this not to scare you but to encourage and maximize our full penitential as a student body. I know 
and believe that we have the qualities of great leaders. We have followed our peers an now it is our time 
to take the reigns. I expect to see, this university soaring to unimaginable. 

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To the dedicated members of SGA; and my faithfully consistent, 
hardworking, Executive Board members that assist me in my serving; 
mv knowledgeable and persistent advisors; and mostly, the con- 
stituents ot which I have had the esteemed pleasure in serving as 
\our representative ot 2010-201 1, I thank you! For the Sophomore 
Class, this has truly been an exceptional year. Within my matricu- 
lation I have met and shaken the hands of passionate and concerned 
sttidents. We have shared ideas about the visions we share and the 
path and direction needed to have traveled to arrive at such places. 
We have met over refreshments analyzing what needs to be addressed 
and with whom it concerns. We embarked on a journey, together 
as a class, pledging to our "Sophomore Passport to Success", and 
having available services to assist those in need of academic or 
personal support. Together we have spoke out against injustices 
and respectfully righted wrongs through petitions and open forums. 
Our voice was heard and things were changed here at Florida 
Memorial University! We have learned that there is strength in 
numbers, and when we move as a tmited mighty force, we have 
the power to better our circumstances. I applaud all of you for 
continuing to strive lor academic excellence, and your sincere 
dedication in seeing this great establishment become even better. 

However, this task is not one that comes easily, and our job has not been completed. We must individually 
charge ourselves with the duty to continue promoting the evolution and change needed to take this institute 
to places it has never been. We must charge one another with the continued strive for academic excellence 
and involvement on campus. We must charge our faculty and stafl with continued dedication and support 
to student success and prosperity. It takes each of us to effectively fulfill our parts. Martin Luther King Jr., 
once proclaimed, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?' Let us go 
out boldly into the world, and do great things for others, and watch how it molds us into the distinguished 
people we are! 

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Class Queen: Clarrisa Rose 

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The only way of finding the hmits of the possible is going beyond them into the impossible," Arthur C. 
Clark. Together we crossed the threshold here at the esteemed Florida Memorial University in August 2010 
as incoming students. New students ready to embark upon the new odyssey of Academia and career devel- 
opment. Statistically speaking, we as the freshman population at Florida Memorial University, have already 
outlived the demographical stereotypes set upon us. Crossing that milestone we have demanded higher 
standards to accommodate our potential as well as our hunger for learning. We are the team reluctant to 
leave one another behind and determined to sharpen each other to survive in the world as professionals. My 
vision for the class of 2014 is not only to be something great but to culminate into something better as we 
matriculate here at the esteemed Florida Memorial University. I challenge every Freshman of class 2014 to 
join efforts with your future class Executive boards to assist them with planning activities and organizing 
events. Participate with the community service projects Student Government Association organizes because 
a good resume has a plethora of academic accolades but a great resume includes academia, community 
service, internship, and leadership. Lets work collectively toward evolving in to what we have always aspired 
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Chief of Staff 2010: Shantina Sampson 
Cheif of Staff 201 1: Sophonie Gaspard 
Executive Secretary 2010: Nadia Demming 
Executive Secretary 201 1: Breani King 
Comptroller: Cynthia Jacobs 
Chief Justice: Danesha Burrows 
Attorney General: Kendrick Stevenson 
Secretary of Governmental Affairs: Jonte Myers 
Executive Event Planner: La'Darius Brown 



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Kenroy Walker 
Nikki Jones 
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Alpha Chi was founded on Tuesday, 22nd, 1922 on the campus of Southwestern University 
in Georgetown, Texas. At Florida Memorial University it is a distinguished honor to 
become part of this prestigious organization that has carried a legacy of making scholarship 
effective for good. Membership in Alpha Chi will officially bestow you with the privilege to 
become part of the sea of individuals of outstanding academia and excellence. Alpha Chi is highly 
selective and membership is only granted to juniors and seniors in the top ten percent of their class 
with a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 and above. 



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President: Shantina Sampson 
Vice-President: April Allen 
Miss. Alpha Chi: Sanea Colebrook 
Secretary: Amber LeScott 
Treasurer: Justin Johnson 

Senator: Benjamin Finley 



MEMBERS 

Amanda Colonneaux 
Amber LeScott 
April Allen 
Benjamin Finley 
Cassandra Colonneaux 
Chanika Symister 
Christy Woods 
Cynthia Jacobs 
Dejon Maloney 



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Justin Johnson 
Kaiana Demming 
Kishma McClean 
Marthford Thomas 
Melch Pope Jr. 
Richard Way III 
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Alpha Eta Rho was founded on April 10,1929 at the University of Southern California, 
Alpha Eta Rho is the oldest professionl aviation fraternity n history. Since 1929, AHP has 
had granted charters to more than 140 chapters at the most prestigious aviation colleges 
and universities. Currently, Alpha Eta Rho recognizes over 60 active chapters in the United States 
and throughout the world. Membership in Alpha Eta Rho is open to all collegiate men and women 
who have a strong interest in, or who are currently seeking careers in any field within the aviation 
and aerospace industries. As a professional fratenity, AHP strives to maintain and promote the 
highest moral standards and steadfastly affirms its membership to all, not dependent upon race, rel- 
gion, nationality, or sex. Comprised of over 50,000 alumni. Alpha Eta Rho seeks to instill in the 
public mind a confidence in aviation and its safety. AHP strives to promote contact between the 
students of aviation and those engaged in the profession, while constantly improving aviation 
eduation and research in the field. Alpha Eta Rho is a nonprofit volunteer organization working to 
enhance the quality of life of aviation students and strengthen the bonds that exist within the 
aviation community. The fraternal bond cultivated by Alpha Eta Rho fosters a professional 
and social atmosphere that not only enhances the collegiate aviation experience, but also 
builds friendships and networking that will last a lifetime. 



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The Bahamian Connection Club started in 2000 to serve as a home away from home for 
Bahamian students, students of Bahamian heritage and student s who are interested in the 
Bahamian culture. In addition, the clubs aids in promoting and educating the students of 
Florida Memorial University about the culture of the Bahamas. The Bahamas is a God fearing 
nation; therefore, the Bahamian Connection club focuses on the principle of Christianity. Colors: 
Aquamarine, Black & Gold. Mascot: Bahamian Coat of 7\rms Members: 35 



MEMBERS 

President: Danesha Burrows 

Vice President: Clarissa Rose 

Senator: Pillar Horton 

Alternate Senator: Gabrielle Russell 

Public Relations Officer: Kiera Capron 

Miss Bahamian Connection : Lanishka Clarke 

Mr. Bahamiam Connection: Deno Reid 

Chaplain: Charlton Morley 



Secretary: Chandell Morley 

Treasurer: Heleina McCartney 

Deno Reid, Marilyn Ingraham, Chanrika Morley 

Kristin Johnson, Rashonda Frierson 

Havanna Martin 

Advisor: George Duncan 



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Club Haiti 1804 was founded at Florida Memorial University, by 
a young man named Michel Roland in the year 1996. The main goal 
of this organization is to educate, showcase and embrace our Haitian 
culture; Club Haiti 1804 is here to help better ourselves as a community here 
on Florida Memorial University campus. 




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Members: Vanessa Esperance, Joanna Michaud, Christine Toutpuissant, 
Stephanie Sainvil, Herbert Saintubert, Jimmy Nicolas, Sanders Naquil, , Claison Brutus, Catherine 
Louis, Vanoune LaPointe, Marie Petitcar, Yveta Brise, Walter Hill, Kessey Felix, Samuela Lubin, 
Tatiana Paul, Letricia Williams, Vitonia Bridgeman, Roseline Felistin, James Louis- Jean, Rodnica 
Smith, Mackenson Jean Francois, Wilfrid Mompremier, Hubert Phanord, Rachel Jean, Giovanni 
Mentor, Nathalia Theogene, Joanne Ministre, Mario Dieujuste, Fenel Etienne, Henry Aristide, 
Roudelyne Joseph, Windlyne Joseph and Clarissa Rose, Darlida Chatelain, Sheila Rene, Napthalie 
Romeus, Romelyne Augustine, Bianka Desarmes. 

E-Board: Violaine Bien-Aime, Jeff Toussaint, Wagner Noel, Elizabeth Sterlin, Patrick Charles, 
Rodney Cilien, Carlos Cilien, Odline Pierre, Frank Vento, Brandyn Hernandez, Felicia St. Clair, 
Willie F. Bryant and Natalie Julliot 

Queen: Julie David 

Advisor: James Sterlin 



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The First Lady's Ladies is a service organization comprised of young women of high moral 
character and good academic standing, which by virtue of its name, will represent the 
ideals of the position if the First Lady of Florida Memorial University. The goal of the 
organization is to promote leadership, build integrity and assist young ladies in becoming goodwill 
ambassadors, as they develop to a level of maturity that will positively propel them to be outstanding 
citizens. 



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President: Vanoune LaPointe 
Vice President: Nortashia Forbes 
Secretary: Stephanie Latimore 
Treasurer: Sjadira Gaari 
Chaplin: Keesha Frederic 
Senator: Shadelle London 
Historian: Tabitha Ivery 
Advisors: Athena Jackson & 

Sheryl Hampton-Bain 



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Danielle Bradford 
Angelika Marshall 
Belinda Thompson 
Rachaline Gaari 
Cherrelle Grimsley 
Nortashia Forbes 
Briana Hubbard 
Stephanie Latimore 
Shadelle London 
Kashia Tyrel 
Vanoune Lapointe 



Dana Smith 
Belissa Lopez-Pena 
Tabitha Ivery 
Keesha Frederic 
Melvette Forbes 
Amanda Colonneaux 
Cassandra Colonneaux 
Rashida Jones 
Morisa Jagrup 



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Secretary: Shatavia Taylor 

Assistant Secretary: Kia Martin 

Senator: Melanie King 



Miss Gospel Choir: Odline Pierre 
Advisor: Peggy Martin 
Advisor: Brenda Ausborn 




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The Honors Council was established as an official organization on October 1, 2002. The 
main objectives of the Honors Council are to represents the interest of the Honors pro- 
gram students, develop and identify the potential of Florida Memorial University's best 
and brightest students to achieve distinguished success in their professional fields, develop and augment 
programs and activities that enrich the Honors experience, and promote the Honors Program on 
campus and elsewhere. Honors Program students are inducted into the Honors Council after a one 
year probationary period. These students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and above, complete the respective 
honors academic courses, be involved in Honors Council activities and be financial members. Our 
mission is to continue the pursuit of excellence and leadership in this organization. 



President: Christy Wood 

Vice President: Dejon Maloney 

Secretary: Destini Nibbs 

Treasurer: Ekua Harris-Smith 

Senator: Sandya Jiandani 

Alternate Senator: Sherika Hyacinth 



Chaplain: Ashley Gross 

Community Service Chairperson: Nikki Jones 
Fundraising Chairperson: Sheniqua Williams 
Miss Honors Council: Sophonie Gaspard 
Freshman Representative: Jillian Washington 



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E-BOARD MEMBERS: 

Notoya Blackwood 
Mikhail Myers 
Nikki Jones 
Christopher Orr 
Thandika Thompson 
JuHan Brown 
Saunalyn Jones 
Nikita Brown 
Ewen Johnson 
George Duncan 



CURRENT MEMBERS 

Notoya Blackwood 
Mikhail Myers 
Loriann Graham 
Nikita Brown 
Marshalee Spence 
Ewen Johnson 
Sashamaria Bennette 
Darrielle Williams 
La'shayna Whitaker 
Celed McCory 
Kristin Johnson 



Kevin Spence 
Geovanni Wilson 
Saunalyn Jones 
Adhriel Jondon 
Julian Brown 
Latisha Williams 
Oneika Walters 
Thandika Thompson 
Christopher Orr 
Nikki Jones 
Shanice Alexander 






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The Florida Memorial University chapter of the NAACP is poised to be the premier 
advocate for civil rights in our community, conducting voter registration drives, memberships 
drives and monitoring equal opportunity in the public and private sectors. We are also 
primed to help increase the political awareness of all individuals associated with the NAACP as 
well as wish to be associated with NAACP in the future. It is very important to us that we, the 
Florida Memorial University chapter of NAACP, convey the importance of the Black vote not only 
to those individuals on campus, but to our community 



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Guilene Petit-Home 
Jillian Washington 
Danielle durhem 
Sherrod Huttoe 
Kelly Ogle 
Jhcoya Bladn 
Argerine Williams 
Keith Allen 



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Tasy Forbes 
Shelton Allwood 
Nikki Jones 




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What is Pre-Alumni Council? 

The Pre-Alumni council (PAC) became a viable student organization on the campus in the late 
1960s under the leadership and direction of Ms. B.H. Puryear, the first lady of out University, formerly 
Florida Memorial College. Since its inception the PAC has ambassadors proven to be the bulwark 
for the exposure and networking of our students with other United Negro College Fund member 
institutions; and takes great pride in its role as the student organization beside the Student 
Government Association on United Negro College Fund (UNCF) member institution campuses 
where all enrolled students are members as neither organization has restrictive membership requirement. 

The Purpose of PAC 

The purpose is to stimulate the interest and participation of students in the life of UNCF member 
institutions; and to preserve and further the loyalty and fellowship among those students. PAC is 
also our student's first exposure to alumni activities; therefore its primary responsibility is to 
encourage student participation in these activities prior to and after graduation. 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 

President: Shay Barnett 
Vice President: Isaiah Herbert 
Parliamentarian: Latoria Jackson 
Public Relations: Jameriris Roman 
Corresponding Secretary: Jennie Whitfield 
Recording Secretary: Darrielle Williams 



Business Manager: Mario Bartee 
Editor of the Torch: Dervina Knowles 
Treasure: Oliver Smith 
Historian : Jasmine Brown 
Historian: Rodney Cilien 
Chaplin: Ishea Moon 



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Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded September 4, 1929, at Yale 
University, for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in 
scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Psi Chi serves two major goals— one 
immediate and visibly rewarding to the individual member, the other slower and more difficult to 
accomplish, but offering greater rewards in the long run. The first of these is the Society's obligation 
to provide academic recognition to its inductees by the mere fact of membership. The second goal 
is the obligation of each of the Society's local chapters to nurture the spark of that accomplishment 
by offering a climate congenial to members' creative development. 



E-BOARD MEMBERS: 

President: Tekisha Walton 
Vice President: Zaneshia Caple 
Senator: Tekisha Walton 

Advisor: Dr. Edward Stephenson 



MEMBER'S NAMES: 
Tekisha Walton 
Kettely Olibris 
Zaneshia Caple 
Shanelle Keating 
Taneshia Scott 
Esprit Boyd 
Shanice Felix 
Jacara Adams 



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Atari Crilfin 
Rashida Jones 
Havanna Martin 
Eversley Maynard 
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The Florida Memorial University Science Club is a new organization that was founded on 
February 8, 2008. The Science Club is a student organization that consists of students 
matriculating in the School of Health and Natural sciences. The purpose of the club is to 
assist the students' academic, intellectual, and professional development through organized and 
student-sponsored activities. These activities are specifically designed to enhance knowledge of 
biology, chemistry, physics, and nursing. The organization also strives to encourage students to 
takes on leadership roles and to interact with various professional in their respective careers 

SCIENCE CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD 

President: Tenisha Meadow 

Vice President: Kentino Nwankwo 

Secretary: Lakeyishia Jones 

Treasurer: Sandya Jiandani 

Business Manger/Public Relations Officer: Marvin Burrows 

Chaplin/T^lternative Senator: Kyle Alvin 

Senator: Abimbola Bamigbola 

Advisors: Dr. Michael Elliott & Dr. Marilyn Sherman 



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Malcolm Wilson, Marcus Graham(SSS Volunteer), Julian Coakley, Ebony Dixon, Ishay Moon, 
Qiana "Tweety" Rogers, Deneen Rivers, Ryan Davis, Sheila Jenkins-Boone, "SHS" Mentor 
Program Coordinator 

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Miss Freshman 

Shaconna E. Derico 

Hometown: Pompano Beach, Florida 

Motto: "Live, Love, Laugh" 

Miss Senior 

Briana L. Hubbard 

Hometow^n: St. Petersburg, Florida 

Motto: "Yesterday's the past, tomorrow^'s the 

future, but today is a gift. That's why it's called 

the present." -Bil Keane 

Miss Homecoming 

Tabatha King 

Hometown: Pompano Beach, Florida 

Motto: "Let go and Let God". 

Mr. Homecoming 

Richard Way III 

Hometown: Miami, Florida 

Motto: "Success is Attainable, Earn It". 



Miss Florida Memorial University 

Morisa V. Jagrup 

Hometown: St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands 

Motto: "Never have I seen the righteous forsaken, 

Trust in the Lord at all times" - Bible 

"Live your life full of purpose and bless those 

who have the opportunity of encountering" 

Miss Junior 

Stephanie L. Pierre 

Hometown: Miami, Florida 

Motto: "When God is for you, it does not 

matter what or who is against you! If you 

believe, then you shall achieve". 

Miss Sophomore 

Clarissa M. Rose 

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The history of this organization was born out of a need to 
increase student engagement. Florida Memorial University 
Student Affairs Annual Departmental Priority 2010-2011 
required that each program identify an area that needed improvement 
or change. The services currently provided are counseling, tutoring, 
mentoring, cultural and developmental activities, and scholarships. 
In researching the student engagement for the year, it was determined that the rate of student 
engagement for SSS was 68%. Subsequently, a staff meeting was held to determine how the SSS 
Project could engage more of the students in services that are provided. After having made many 
suggestions, it was suggested by staff member, Mary Green, that a service organization be estab- 
lished under the auspices of Student Support Services Project. The idea was informally mentioned 
by staff and supported by several project participants. The initial suggestion for the name was 
Sigma Sigma Sigma to denote the three S's in Student Support Services. After further discussion 
and research, the suggested name was changed to I ETA PI 71 to encourage students to strive to reach 
a 3.14 GPA, which is the mathematical equation for Pi 71. Participants will also be able to celebrate 
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On May 10, 1930, the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) was 
chartered on the campus of Howard University by Delta Sigma Theta, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Zeta Phi Beta, Omega Psi Phi, and Kappa Alpha Psi. 
Today, the organization consists of nine Greek lettered fraternities and sororities 
known as the "divine nine". NPHC's motto is "where there is unity there is 
strength". The organization strives to unite these Greek organizations in order to 
serve communities as a collective unit. 

The mission of the NPHC is to consider problems of mutual interests 
of its member organizations and work together to fmd solutions. They have been 
serving communities across the nation for almost 80 years. 

The nine members of this organization are: Alpha Phi Alpha, Omega Psi 
Phi Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Beta Sigma, Iota Phi Theta, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta 
Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta and Sigma Gamma Rho. 



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Graduate Advisor: Ms. Beth Wilhams 
President: Christy Woods 
Historian: Kelly Ogle 
Vice-President: Tikiya Henry 
Treasurer: Daniella Howard 
Secretary: Chelsei Wilkes 
Senator: Shamile Allison 
Parliamentarian: Shatara Washineton 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) is an international service organization that 
was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908. Its 
membership is comprised of distinguished women who boast excellent academic records, 
proven leadership skills, and are involved in the global community through advocacy and service. 
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EXECUTIVE BOARD 

President: Bryan LaSane 
Vice President: Elicel Similien 
Secretary: Pedro Lopez 
Step Master: Davario Rahming 
Treasure: Shawn Davis 
Historian: Ryan Davis-Carroll 

Event Coordinator: Korey Lewis 

Yordany Senecal 

Financial Secretary: Vaughan Johnson 

Editor of the Sphinxes: Michael Sails Jr. 

Chapter Advisor: Mr. J Walter Hale 



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ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. 



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated was founded on December 4, 1906 on the campus 
of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. As the first Greek letter organization for African 
Americans, the fraternity was a way for black students to maintain closer contact with each 
other, to support each other, and to be a shining example to fellow man. Though time has passed 
the aims of the fraternity-Manly Deeds, Scholarship, and love for All Mankind - remain the same 
and to this day the men of Black and Ole Gold continue to be a living and driving force in the 
community and on the campus of Florida Memorial University. 




MEMBERS 

Casanova O'Brien 
Roderick Davis 
Julian Coakley Jr. 
Jereme Berry hill 
Michael kinder 
Jovon Timms 
Elgin Webb 
Remaal Thompson 
Corey Nieuenkirk 
Winston Thompson 
Brandon Griffin 




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President: Rhothalia Mailings 
1st Vice President: Latoya Porter 
2nd Vice President: Norminicka Clare 
Recording Secretary: Seymone Ramsey 
Corresponding Secretary: Brittany Cox 
Financial Secretary: Brandi Burrows 
Treasurer: Linda Innocent 
Parliamentarian: Shauntira Quant 
Historian: Britany Brown 




DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY , INC 



Delta Sigma Theta was founded January 13th, 1913 by 22 students at Howard University. 
These young women wanted to use their collective strength to promote academic excellence; 
to provide scholarships; to provide support to the underserved; educate and stimulate 
participation in the establishment of positive public policy; and to highlight issues and provide 
solutions for problems in their communities. Delta Sigma Theta was incorporated in 1930. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is "A sisterhood called to serve, transforming lives impacting communities". 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. colors are: crimson and cream 



BOARD CONT... 

Sergeant-At-Arms: Venetia Ashley 

Custodian: Laquita Lucas 

Senator: Danesha Burrows 

NPHC Rep.: Dominique Chandler 

Computer/Graphic Manager 
Ashley Donaldson 




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Polemoarch: DeSean Peterson 
Vice-Polemarch: Ryan LaSane 
Keeper of Records: Curtis Varner 
Keeper of Exchequer: Mahk WiUiams 
Strategus: Landas Fisher 
Lt. Strategus: Gilberto Larios 
Historian: Rodney May 
ChapHn: Christopher Rushing 



KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INC. 



Kappa Alpha Psi, a college fraternity, now comprise of functioning undergraduate and alumni 
chapters on major campuses and in cities throughout the country and the world, is the 
crystallization of a dream. It is the beautiful realization of a vision shared commonly by the 
late revered Founders. 

Black-sponsored Greek letter organizations on the Indiana University campus might well have begun 
in 1903, but there was too few registrants to assure a continuing organization. In the year, a club was 
formed called Alpha Kappa Nu with the purpose of strengthening the voice of Blacks at the university. 

The club disappeared after a short 

time. There is no record of any 

similar organization at Indiana until 

ten astute African-American college 

students, on the night of January 5, 

1911, sowed the seed of a fraternal 

tree whose fruit is available to, and 

now enjoyed by, college men every- 
where, regardless of their color, 

religion or national origin. 





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Basileus: Richard Way III 

Vice Basileus: N'Kosi Wakers 

Keeper of Records: Donntay Cooper 
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Keeper of Finance: Marthford Thomas 

Keeper of Peace: DaQuan Stevens 

Chaplain : Rashad Martin 

Advisor: Nathaniel Robinson III 



OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. 



On Friday evening, November 17, 1911, three Howard University undergraduate students, 
with the assistance of their faculty adviser, gave birth to the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. This 
event occurred in the office of biology Professor Ernest E. Just, the faculty adviser, in the 
Science Hall (now known as Thirkield Hall). The three liberal arts students were Edgar A. Love, 
Oscar J. Cooper and Frank Coleman. From the initials of the Greek phrase meaning "friendship is 
essential to the soul," the name Omega Psi Phi was derived. The phrase was selected as the motto. 
Manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplift were adopted as cardinal principles. A decision was 
made regarding the design for the pin 

and emblem, and thus 

ended the first meeting 

of the Omega Psi Phi 

Fraternity. Kappa Gamma 

Chapter was chartered 

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campus of Florida Normal 

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(now Florida Memorial 

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*Marilyne Robert 
*Charte Harris 
*Arnesha Douglas 

ADVISOR 

Dr.Rosena D. Wright 



SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY, INC. 



Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was organized on November 12, 1922 in Indianapolis, Indiana 
by seven young educators: Mary Lou Allison Little, Dorothy Hanley Whiteside, Vivian White 
Marbury, Nannie Mae Gahn Johnson, Hattie Mae Dulin Redford, Bessie M. Downey Martin 
and Cubena McClure. The group became an incorporated national collegiate sorority on December 
30, 1929, when a charter was granted to Alpha chapter at Butler University. Soaring To Greater 
Heights Of Attainment Around The World, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., as a leading national 
service organization, has met the challenges of the day and continues to grow through Sisterhood, 
Scholarship and Service. 

From seven young educators, Sigma 
Gamma Rho has become an international 
service organization comprised of women 
from every profession. Sigma Gamma 
Rho offers its members opportunities to 
develop their unique talents through 
leadership training and involvement in 
sorority activities. Sorority activities 
provide an atmosphere where friendships 
and professional contacts are developed 
which often lead to bonds that last a 
lifetime. 





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President: Ewen Johnson 
Vice-President-Treasurer: Marcus Jackson 
2nd Vice-President: Kevin Bryant 
Secretary : Eddy Arias 

James Ward 
Clarence Roberts 
LaTravis McClain 
Ramone Davis 
Charles Davis Jr. 



PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY, INC. 



Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., January 9, 
1914, by three young African-American male students. The Founders, Honorable A. Langston 
Taylor, Honorable Leonard E Morse, and Honorable Charles L Brown, wanted to organize a 
Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and 
Service. They desired for their fraternity to exist as part of an even greater brotherhood which 
would be devoted to the "inclusive we" rather than the "exclusive we". Today, Phi Beta Sigma has 
blossomed into an international organization of leaders. No longer a single entity, members of the 
Fraternity have been instrumental in the establishment of the Phi Beta Sigma National Foundation, 
the Phi Beta Sigma Federal Credit Union and The Sigma Beta Club Foundation. 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, founded in 1920 
with the assistance of Phi Beta Sigma, is 
the sister organization of the Fraternity. 

The Beta Pi Chapter was founded March 
10, 1947 on the campus of Florida 
Memorial College by Honorable Brothers 
George Ellis and Dr. Von D. Mizell. The 
Beta Pi Chapter was the first fraternity to 
be established on the campus of Florida 
Memorial University and is still going strong. 







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E-BOARD MEMBERS 

President: Ashley Hanna 
Vice President: Javonya Wilson 
Treasurer: Precious Archer 
Historian: Alia Allen 

ADVISOR 

Farrrah Cason 



ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc,was founded January I6th 1920. This prestigious organization was 
conceived on the campus of Howard University in Washington DC by five coeds known as 
Arizona Cleaver-Stemmons, Myrtle Tyler-Faithful, Viola Tyler-Goings, Fannie Pettie- 
Watts and Pearl Anna Neal. These five women are also known as our Five Pearls. It was here the 
principals of scholarship,service, sisterly love and finer womanhood were established and then embedded 
into the members. The "Infamous" Iota Alpha Chapter was the first greek letter organization on the 
campus of Florida Memorial University. We were chartered April 2nd 1944. 



MEMBERS 

Ashley Hanna 
Javonya Wilson 
Precious Archer 
Alia Allen 
Shadeaw Buford 
Kourtney DoUard 




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President: Bro. Claude Vixama 
Vice-President: Bro. Taurus Brown 
Secretary: Bro. James Denis 
Treasurer: Bro. Joe Thomas 
Senator: Daniel Kimble 
Historian: Tydire Blandford 
Chaplin: Hubert Phanord 



GAMMA BETA CHI NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY, INC 



Gamma Beta Chi National Service Fraternity Incorporated was founded in the year of 2002 
on November 15thBroward County, Florida. We are the first black service fraternity. As 
a service organization we strive to better the world around us. Our motto is "Steadfast I 
shall prevail, eternally I shall win. Faithfully in our heart, eternally in our soul." We are Elite men 
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Bro. Hubert Phanord 
Bro. Daniel Kimble 
Bro. Taurus Brown 
Bro. James Denis 
Bro. Tydire Blandford 
Bro. Claude Vixama 
Bro. Christopher Rushing 
Bro. Desean Peterson 
Bro. Anthony Wooden 



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President: Katrina Andrews 
Vice-President: Adrian Walker 
Sectary: Camille Guy 
Treasure: Kiona Warren 
Historian: Danielle Bradford 
Chaplin: Krystal Gaston 



GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA NATIONAL SERVICE SORORITY, INC 



It was New York City in 1952 at Beekman Towers, eight college service organizations came 
together at a constitutional convention for the purpose of forming a national service sorority. 
Los Angeles City College, Drexel Institute of Technology, New York University, Queens College, 
Boston University, Brooklyn College, University of Houston and University of Miami formed the 
first eight chapters of Gamma Sigma Sigma, National Service Sorority. The name Gamma Sigma 
Sigma was chosen because Girls Service Sorority, abbreviated GSS, was commonly used by the individual 
school organizations. 

Over the last 55 years. Gamma Sigma Sigma has continued to 
function within the ideals of Service, Friendship, and Equality 
expanding to nearly 50 schools across the nation, along with 
several alumni groups. Our membership continues to grow, 
making Gamma Sig an exciting place for students to get involved 
with their school and their community. Our open membership 
policy allows the student to choose us as an organization, thereby 
giving us a diverse background of talents and abilities to employ. 
The Epsilon Eta Chapter of Gamma Sigma Sigma was founded 
on the campus of Florida Memorial College in April of 1972. 
Seventeen active members sought out in the spirit of friendship, 
service, and equality. Fifty-five years later there are many campuses 
throughout United States still standing strong. 




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President: Marcia Strange 
Vice- President: Antoine Bother 
Secretary: Shatavia Taylor 
Treasurer: John Muscett 
Senator: Treniece Thornton 
Chaphn: Lourdes O' Neal 



KAPPA THETA SIGMA SERVICE, INC 



Kappa Theta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded on January 14, 2002. on the campus of 
Florida Memorial College, six intellectual men and three phenomenal women. Standing on 
the principles of Leadership, Scholarship, and most of all Service. We are a co-ed service 
fraternity on the campus. 

The purpose and primary aim of our union is to engage in educational, public, and social activates for 
the advancement of under privileged youth in the state of Florida. We engage to establish intellectual 
and moral standards, among our 
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Baseball, Bookie Nunez- Assistant Coach Baseball, Mr. Luis Zarzabal- Assistant Coach Baseball, 
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